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Cheekbone fracture

Cheekbone fracture: Related Topics

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Cheekbone fracture as a Disease

Cheekbone fracture: Type of or association with medical condition Facial fracture.
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Cheekbone fracture: Related Diseases

Cheekbone fracture: Cheekbone fracture is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Cheekbone fracture as a subtype of Facial fracture

Facial fracture (medical condition): Fracture of a bone in the face

Facial fracture (medical condition): A break or fracture of a bone in the face. A broken nose is the most common type of facial fracture. Facial fractures can be caused by motor vehicle accidents, falls, and sporting injuries or even from physical assault by another person. A facial fracture can results in pain, swelling and bruising.

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